ScrapBook X is a legacy Firefox add-on based on ScrapBook (by Gomita) and ScrapBook Plus (by haselnuss).
- Save web pages faithfully: Web pages shown in the browser can be saved without losing any subtle detail. Metadata such as source URL and saving time are recorded for later reference.
- Save partial content: You can save partial web content. You can decide whether to save images, audio and video files, fonts, frames, styles, and/or scripts. You can decide how to process saved styles. You can edit the web content before saving. You can save a web page as a bookmark. ... And more ways for saving are available for you.
- Extensive save: You can save web pages and files linked by the web page, save multiple opened tabs, save a list of pages using a URL list, ..., and there are more batch saving functionality available for you.
- Manage data: You can manage saved items with a tree structure, just as easy as managing the bookmarks.
- Search data: You can search any fragment of the saved web pages with the built-in full-text engine.
- Edit data: You can add highlights, comments, annotations, or even edit the source html for the saved pages.
- Take notes: You can create note pages in ScrapBook, and edit them as easy as editing web pages.
- Input and output data: You can combine multiple data items into one. You can generate HTML tree list and make a static scrapbook site. You can configure multi-ScrapBook databases that won't interfere with each other. You can import and export data items for backup or exchange.
- Addons: Some Firefox add-ons can be integrated with ScrapBook to extend its power, such as these ones.
Download the .xpi file of a desired version in the releases list with a Firefox-like browser and you are done.
Be sure to disable or remove ScrapBook, ScrapBook Plus, or other similar add-ons to prevent a potential conflict.
ScrapBook X, as a legacy Firefox add-on, is not supported by Firefox Quantum (>= 57). You can install and use the successor browser extension WebScrapBook in a modern browser, or install ScrapBook X in older Firefox or a Firefox (Gecko) fork which supports XUL/XPCOM, such as WaterFox, Basilisk, or Pale Moon.
Since Firefox 43, add-ons are required to be signed by Mozilla to be usable, while ScrapBook X > 1.14.5 are no more signed as Mozilla has stopped support of signing for legacy add-ons. To get the latest ScrapBook X work, use Developer Edition, Nightly, or ESR versions of Firefox (with
about:configtoggled false), or use an older Firefox version or a Firefox fork described in the previous point.
ScrapBook X is not compatible with Electrolysis (e10s). Be sure to disable e10s (check the
Multiprocess-related fields in
about:support) when using ScrapBook X or it may not function as expected.